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Future Plans in Dubai

Dubai is known for its large-scale projects, which have broken dozens of existing world records. But what will happen in Dubai in the next few years? And what world records will Dubai be aiming for next? Here you can find out everything about Dubai's latest plans for the future.

Dubai's Future Plans - Constructions and Other Projects

We mainly report on new buildings, attractions, and visions that have an impact on tourism in Dubai. We work with Dubai's leading project offices to provide you with up-to-date and accurate information. If you would like to stay up to date on developments in Dubai in the future, subscribe to our newsletter and Facebook page.

  • Marsal Al Arab

    Two new artificial islands are to be built around the Burj al Arab. They are to be used primarily for leisure facilities. For example, the Wild Wadi Waterpark, which already exists in Jumeirah, will move to the island. It will double in size. It will also house a pearl museum, an outdoor theatre, an underwater aquarium, and a shopping, tourism and business area. However, we guarantee that the thinkers and drivers of Dubai will surprise us with more top attractions!

    Note: According to unofficial reports, this project has been paused for the time being.

  • Dynamic Tower

    The first rotating building is to be built in Dubai as early as 2020. All individual floors will be able to rotate 360 degrees around the center of the building. The constantly changing silhouette of the Dynamic Tower will have an enormous impact on Dubai's skyline. Inside the gigantic tower, there will be high-priced villas, offices and a luxury hotel.

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    Dubai Harbour and Lighthouse

    For all yacht and boat lovers, a new gigantic project is emerging in Dubai: The new Dubai Harbour with an iconic lighthouse. The new mega-port Dubai Harbour will have space for a terminal for cruise ships and three different marina facilities. The Dubai Lighthouse will be located at the top of the port. In addition to a hotel, it will also house a 360-degree viewing platform.

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    Creek Tower

    Soon the Burj Khalifa is to be surpassed in its height. The Creek Tower is to be the next tallest building in the world. With a total height of over 1000 meters, it will literally put the 828 meters high Burj Khalifa in the shade. A completely new urban district is to be built around the building - with Dubai Creek Harbour in the center.

  • Meydan One Dubai
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    Meydan One

    Dubai is planning a new lifestyle and tourism area. Besides an indoor ski hall - which will be the longest in the world - the highest residential complex is also to be built. But that's not all: the world's longest water features, a shopping mall, a huge water park, a Kulutr museum and much more will soon be built there.


    Ciel Tower

    The Ciel Tower is to become the highest hotel in the world. With a total height of around 360 meters, it will set new standards in the hotel business. The Tower is being built in the Dubai Marina and will extend the skyline next to the CAYAN Tower ("Infinity Tower") with a new magnificent building. Due to the perfect location to Ain Dubai and a gigantic viewing platform on the roof, it will offer a breathtaking view of the giant Ferris wheel, Ain Dubai.

  • Burj Jumeirah

    With the Burj Jumeirah, Dubai will be enriched by a skyscraper of superlatives. The building is to have a height of 550 meters and will be built in Al-Sufouh district. A new district - Downtown Jumeirah - will also be built around the building. In addition to a viewing platform, the Burj Jumeirah will house a hotel, offices, apartments, and restaurants.

This Shapes Dubai's Future Plans and Visions

Dubai is known for its mega-projects, which outshine one world record after the other. The highest building, the most luxurious hotel, the fastest elevator, one of the largest artificially created islands, the largest fireworks display in the world and much more. The Emirate of Dubai makes it possible! What is going to happen in the next few years in this gigantic state on the Persian Gulf? What world records will Dubai conquer next?

Most construction projects in Dubai are privately financed. What makes Dubai so attractive to build there? In the desert city, there are very few regulations for the construction and the necessary building permits are given by Emir Mohammed bin Raschid Al Maktum himself.